In yesterday’s Jusletter (12.6.17), Stéphanie Fuld and Stéphanie Chuffart-Finsterwald (both BianchiSchwald) wrote a Essay on the workplace reference of data processing operations published. In particular, they address internal investigations, the employee’s right to his or her own image, and employee monitoring. The essay is written in French and has the following lead:
From internal investigations to biometric workplace access controls to posting employee photos on social networks, the imperatives of employee privacy and data protection are becoming increasingly important in employment law. In order to reconcile the imperatives of data and privacy protection of employees with the concrete needs of companies, here are some considerations addressed to practitioners and employers.
With the kind permission of the authors, you will find the full essay (PDF) below: